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jennifer lopez singing happy birthday to a tyrant. later, baby swimming dominating the internet. why different strokes for different folks should not apply here. we hope you stay tuned to those reports. >> bill: unresolved problem segment tonight, egypt. millions of protesters taking to the streets of cairo and other major cities demanding the muslim brotherhood be ousted from power. with unemployment topping 20% among young egyptians and muslim fundamentalists causing trouble all over that country, egypt is a mess now the military is becoming involved. joining us now from washington fox news correspondent jennifer griffin. egypt people -- why do we care about egypt. it's over there. been chaotic forever. and why -- why should the u.s.a. care first of all? >> well, first of all, they should care, bill, because this is the heart of the arab world. this is where the arab spring essentially started two years ago. and what you're seeing take place is the next chapter in this wave of resolution that has swept through the middle east. it matters. it's the only arab country to have made pea
service commission and ms. jennifer johnson. who i should add is coming in from maternity leave just to present to us today. >> good afternoon, jennifer johnson, executive officer, the civil service commission. i'll start off with an overview of our departments and kind of clarify what it is that we do, and just briefly review our very humble budget. so, the purpose of the civil service commission is a charter mandated entity and it's charged with providing qualified persons for appointment to city service. essentially the commission's responsible for establishing, regulating, overseeing and serving as final arbiter of the city's merit system. so you understand the relation between the civil service system and dhr we are essentially the legislative judicial branch and dhr is responsible for undertaking the rules that the commission establishes for the merit system. and i would just like to note that our merit system was created in 1900. it is actually the oldest merit system west of the mississippi and it was essentially created in response to mass fraud and corruption in city govern
increase in the budget. >> hi good morning. i'm jennifer i'm the executive director on homelessness. i want to thank san francisco. we are having an infusion that is pushing the heart and - san franciscans have lost their homes and we must add more subsidies that it is assessable to thetox
. >> i had a face lift. >>> jennifer lopez is in hot water performing at a celebration for a notorious dicta dictator. what's her explanation? kimberly has the low down next. >> i do not! >> yes, you do! ♪ ú0 could save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance. mmmhmmm...everybody knows that. well, did you know that old macdonald was a really bad speller? your word is...cow. cow. cow. c...o...w... ...e...i...e...i...o. [buzzer] dangnabbit. geico. fifteen minutes could save you...well, you know. ♪ >>> superstar jennifer lopez issues a rare apology after singing happy birthday at a lavish celebration for the president of turkmenistan, a notorious dictator. >> sing happy birthday. happy birthday to you, happy birthday, mr. president. >> that president's regime has been described as, quote, among the most repressive in the world. lopez's publicist later issued a statement saying it was not a political sponsored event, had there been knowledge of human rights issues of any kind, jennifer would not have attended. >> can i bring up something about the happy birthday? >> no. >> you
. >>> jennifer lopez is in hot water performing at a celebration for a notorious dicta dictator. what's her explanation? kimberly has the low down next. >> i do not! >> yes, you do! ♪ ♪ >>> superstar jennifer lopez issues a rare apology after singing happy birthday at a lavish celebration for the president of turkmenistan, a notorious dictator. >> sing happy birthday. happy birthday to you, happy birthday, mr. president. >> that president's regime has been described as, quote, among the most repressive in the world. lopez's publicist later issued a statement saying it was not a political sponsored event, had there been knowledge of human rights issues of any kind, jennifer would not have attended. >> can i bring up something about the happy birthday? >> no. >> you think i am talking about -- how do you say when you get to that part where you say the name, happy birthday to -- that's hard. >> let's put it in perspective. this was paid for by the chinese oil company that pays for these things in repressive regimes because china is repressive in and of itself. she vetted this thing. how co
them, let's wear the murderer's jersey. >> jennifer lopez is back stateside after performing a private gig overseas over the weekend. she's come back to a not so good reception because she performed for the president of turkmenistan the former soviet union's leader is labeled as a dictator by the united nations. in which they say he has a long ways to go on human rights. her publicist said j. lo, had she known he was a bad man, she would have declined the gig. no word on what she was paid for it. people are asking she donate that to charity. >> bill: how can you accept an appearance without any country without knowing something about the country? >> i feel like j. lo would have people to vet that. >> google and wikipedia, you would think. another stunning upset at the all england lawn and tennis club. the best player went down. serena williams losing to a player from germany in three sets. on the men's side, andy murray did survive his match. he and novack djokovic are the only ones left. roger federer rafael nadal has been knocked out. >> bill: this wimbledon tournament is incredible.
names so we can up here. >> jennifer ewing, ken >> j ennifer ew ing, ken s2no waldic. steve zimmerman, tim, dun n and gary wiess. >> good evening, my name is mike and i have been a resident of the castro for the past 20 years. i support the chipotle coming in to the church market street, 14th street, restaurant. and the reason that i support it is because if you walk up church street, all the way to castro, if you walk up market street from church all wait to castro and you walk down castro to the market to 19th street, there are 15 vacant buildings in the neighborhood and we have all of these other buildings that are coming on-line in the next 12 months, which there is going to be more space for which will have more open space that the storefronts in the area. you have to use the common sense here. there can be formula retail, chipotle, and small businesses, in the same district, it does not have to be one or the other. when you have as many vacantcies as we have in this neighborhood right now, it only invites, light and filth, if you walk up market street from the castro and down to
? >> it is a girl for lt. governor and his wife, jennifer. he tweeted "today we welcome the latest to our family, a very healthy baby girl, brooklyn." you are amazing jennifer. the lieutenant governor and his then pregnant wife and two children rode in the parade on sunday and joined old are sister montana, who is three, and one-year-old big brother, hunter. good looking brother. >> quick correction. in the long list of file works shows, alameda is actually tomorrow. forgive me. they will have two nights of fireworks, one tonight and then to alameda tomorrow. >> all week long. speaking of the water thing, if people are going to need to stock up on water and drink lots of fluids because it is going to an hot one. i have the full seven-day forecast in a little bit but right now, as we take a look from our lake tahoe camera, a gorgeous sight and we are looking out there on the lake and it will be warm there, as well. as we look at our live doppler 7 hd radar, we saw some summer showers and those showers are staged to the east of santa rosa, and that is going to make way for triple digit temperature
mandatario pone a jennifer lÓpez al centro de la controversia, le explicamos por quÉ. >>> sus comentÁrÍos siempre son bienvenidos, estamos en @ pamela silva @ bÁrbara guiÓn bajo bermudo en twitter gracias por acompaÑarnos, ♪. ♪. ♪. >>> bueno, llegÓ el momento de saber novedades en el mundo de la farÁndula. >>> las noticias que estÁn en la mira hoy en dÍa. >>> falleciÓ a los 30 aÑos el hijo mayor del productor juan osorio en el fin de semana, sufriÓ un infarto fulminante estaba con su pareja, la hermana de la actriz blanca soto. estaba en terapia intensiva juan osorio por una infecciÓn, se enterÓ de la noticia, sus mÉdicos le dieron el permiso para salir a darle el Último adiÓs a su hijo con su familia, amigos y colegas, escuchemos. >>> es lamentable, triste, sorpresivo joven, 30 aÑos, trabajamos con Él, estaba siguiendo de alguna manera los pasos de su papÁ, de nuestro querido juan, y bueno, se nos fue, se nos adelantÓ. >>> es un dolor que definitivamente no puede uno comprender. estoy muy afectada, querÍa mucho a juan hijo era muy importante estar con Él. >>>
it was announced that jennifer lopez did not have enough time in her life and decided to be that chief officer of nuvo. here is a little bit more on that. ♪ >> this is where i belong. right here. i'm involved in everything creative about the network. i'm committed to supporting diversity both in front of and behind the camera. it is time for television to reflect who the modern latino is now. ♪ >> nuvo tv, it is us, front and center. he will say, that is my family and my friends. new stories without the stereotype. real stories. we are it. >> ladies and gentlemen, jennifer lopez. [cheers and applause] ♪ >> a couple of little notes. i want to repeat the quote that you just said. you said latinos are a force in this country and it is time that tv reflects who the modern latino is now. how is tv falling short? been about aways lot of stereotypes. things have changed. you see more latinos on tv. but it is not a reflection of who the modern latino is. this is an english-speaking network. is that for us? >> yeah. [laughter] this is an english speaking for the modern latino. it is a different t
seÑor hablÓ nos nosotros kriblths a jennifer lÓpez problema cantidadarle a un dictador de turkmenistÁn. >>> y la actriz decÍa que no sabÍa que era un represor. >>> apostÓ por mÉxico y se queÓo con en la guadalajara, y la historia del jer, y su tradiciÓn de los tacos a al vapor. >>> comenzamos. >>> (♪). >>> este es su noticiero univisiÓn, con jorge ramos y marÍa elena salinas. >>> (♪). >>> muy buenas noches comenzamos el noticiero con esto, con una verdadera tragedia. y 19 boms meroron en arzobispo arzobispo tratando de apagar uno de los fuego mÁs violentos y el viento y el cal toro no ayudaron lo sorprendente es que el alto nÚmero de muertos pero el caso que era un equipo Élite de bombero entrenado para enfrentar los fuegos mÁs peligroso, y estamos en el mismo lugar de la tragedia. >>> bajo el cal coro azota al suroeste de estados unidos en arizona los Índices que han cobrado la vida de 19 bomberos se han cua dri aplicado y segÚn dijeron estÁn fuera de control. >>> y se le considera el incendio mÁs devastado para los bomberos en ocho dÉcadas y la peor tragedia que
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disgraceful, kim better strassel is with us. juan williams, jennifer rubin good morning all. what do you think the upshot of the rulings are? >> i think for the republicans it's a blessing for disguise. this is off the national table for them. they can claim whatever personal feelings they have about traditional marriage or not traditional marriage but it goes back to the states because it's very odd opinion we got from justice kennedy, states in the they're term are going to decide it for themselves. republicans can put a nod to the social conservatives and at the same time they can let the states work it out on their own. >> john: which issue is more significant? >> the doma case, this is complete mass confusion still. there was no clarity in this decision whatsoever in that you had anthony kennedy writing the decision. he in part said this was because this is federalism issue a states should be allowed to do what they want, but it may be a equal protection issue and constitutional argument against any of these state laws that define marriage as only between a man and woman. we don't know. a
coverage. jennifer griffin examines u.s. egypt relations. conor powell has more. >> reporter: there's a real sense in egypt that the country is on the brink of sweeping political change, but whether or not that will be peaceful or democratic or violent change is still unclear. behind me they have been partying in tahrir square all night. there have been fireworks, laser shows, music. they are happy. they believe the military is stepping in and helping the opposition taking a side against president mohammed morsi and the muslim brotherhood. the army says it is trying to act as mediator in this political crisis, but this is a threat clearly to intervene with the deadline looming tomorrow. the military says they will intervene if morsi and the opposition don't agree to some type of peaceful agreement. morsi is speaking now on air to almost midnight in egypt. he has been on air several hours. he admitted mistakes, but reminded the egyptian people he was democratically elected and that his government is democratic and that he has a right to stay in power. now, the head of the egyptian ar
you very much. >>> fox news national security correspondent jennifer griffin joins us from the pentagon. >> how likely do they feel they will be able to contain and control the opposition here some because as connor stated, it seems that the muslim brotherhood is best poised to take over the next position of power like you said regain the same seat. >> it's interesting. i don't think anyone knows at this point. what i can tell you you is from my seat here at the pentagon and talking to officials here, is there a generally a feeling that the military, the egyptian military, is a strong institution, it is still a credible institution. the u.s. embassy itself is still relying on to protect its periphery as is standard overseas. and there was no movement of marines to any -- any talk of moving marines in to egypt because of concern about u.s. sirte zens at the embassy there. so there is still a belief right now in the pentagon, this washington, that the egyptian military has things under control. they're watching it very carefully. and in fact as we're speaking over at the whit
to jennifer griffin now. connor, stay there. big picture, what are we seeing here? >> shep, what we are seeing is in essence it is a military coup that took place, but it is a military coup as you heard our sky counter parts talking about on the ground there, it is a coup with a transition. we know that the pentagon has been in daily discussions with the heads of the army, the defense chief who we just heard from, they have been very reluctant to talk about what message they were giving to the military. they didn't want to be seen. the u.s. does not want to have been seen in having any part of this coup. i am also told by sources that the pentagon and the pentagon officials did not tell the army not to carry out this coup, not to push morsi out because in essence it was very clear when you have 30 million people in the streets that that is also a democratic process. what you are seeing here is the army trying to keep some kind of peace and keep this thing from boiling over into violence by appointing this new interim president and getting to elections as quickly as possible. the military in eg
to wit this on tv >> morning i'm jennifer. i'm a connector for the community living campaign. being connected through technology. in my lifetime technology has bridged the gap between not employed. i meet a resident who has connected to people all over the world and wanted others to have this experience so he started a computer club. i've seen the confidence go up. the club is set up so residents become trainers. everyone passed the skills forward. air royal they're part of the community and findings value in their talent. i urge you to employ seniors and people with disabilities in computer labs around san francisco. you have a golden opportunity to be a leader to show the rest of the in addition, the capped resources of people and seniors with disabilities. when you were looking at the budget keep in mind how technology has connected the community. there were none before. thank you for the opportunity to be heard >> thank you very much. >> thank you. next speaker, please >> why don't we keep doing. >> i'm jessica. >> hold on one second let's get the microphone on. we need th
. please be sure all devices are turned off. and documents are turned into. >> i found the names, jennifer low and jesse larson. item number one. >> clerk calonsag: (reading agenda) >> are you from the department of human resources? >> i am. >> wonderful. >> this amendment simply changes one word, or to and. requiring the nurses outside of per diem achieve the prerequisite hours, in order to move up in the next salary step. that's it. >> colleagues do you have anything you would like to add or questions? is there any member of the public it would like to speak to this item? public comment is open. seeing none public comment is closed. gvl is there a motion for this item? thank you supervisor campos. motion passes without objection. item two. >> clerk calonsag: (reading) >> supervisor cohen: please come up to the podium, anthony ababam (sounds like) from the controllers office. >> thank you members from the committee, my name is anthony -- from the controllers office. i do for you is issuance of tax exempt obligations to finance the town school project. the resolution acknowledges -- and
at sfgtv, jessie larsen and jennifer lowell who record our meetings and make transcripts to the public online. madam clerk are there any announcements? >> yes mr. chair. please silent cell phones and. >> can you call item one. >> to amend the charter of the city for retiree health care trust fund for retiree health care cost for employer subtrust are fullied. allow for disbursement are greater than 10% and the payroll cost even if not fully funded. for the guidelines recommended by the controller with the city's governement accounting standards board actuary and by the mayor and to the retiree health care trust fund board permit by a participating employer governing board and make the control of the city treasurer and the executive director of the san francisco employees' retirement system or the designees members of the retiree health care trust fund board. >> thank you. joining us in the rules committee is supervisors farrell and he will be speaking on item one. supervisor farrell. >> thank you chair yee and colleagues. i am back today to discuss the charter amendment i intro
thousands works. >> jennifer lopez criticism after singing to a dictator. first from fox this monday night, what a day at the trial of george zimmerman. today, we heard from police and from zimmerman himself as he told investigators how he shot trayvon martin. his story told over many days in many venues. notably consistent. zimmerman is facing second degree murder charges for killing 17-year-old trayvon martin last year. he says if was self-defense. today, we heard from the former lead detective in the case. a man who initially tried to get zimmerman arrested and later said others pressured him to do so. during that testimony, the jury watched one not one but two police videos. reenactment video from the days following that fight. the interrogation video from the moments after it went all down. this may be the only time the jury hears from george zimmerman though defense team has not yet said whether he will testify. more on that in a minute. a lot of talk this morning with r. about a 911 call a neighbor made. >> 911, do you need police, fire, or medical? maybe both i'm not sure there is
one day. listen, on behalf of my family gina and rebecca and jennifer and christopher, i want to thank you for inviting us to speak today. and although i am the only member of the family to speak today, i'm not speaking on their behalf. the truth is i just like to talk. [laughter] >> in fact, as i am happy to see so many people here as i do, as the comedian paula said, even if you weren't here, i'd still be up here talking. but despite my tendencies towards reliving the admonishment of my fifth grade teacher sister grace who chastised me for having diarrhea of the mouth and constipation of ideas, i took a long while for me to say yes when stuart and ann asked me to talk a bit on the day that marks the death of george and harvey. and the reason became clear when i sat down to write my words. i'm exhausted by talking about death. i know that's not the subject of today's memorial, but it always happens on the day that george and harvey were shot. and i think i'm tired of remembering them on the worst day of their lives. i wonder that if indeed there is a heaven, and if george and harvey g
in shifting winds and the danger is not over. jennifer has the latest from prescott, arizona which is 100 miles north of phoenix. >> our entire crew was lost. >> reporter: 19 members of an elite crew died sunday when a wall of flames trapped the firefighters leaving them no time to flee. >> firefighters were killed in what is probably the worst disaster in history here in the state of arizona. >> reporter: the fast-moving blaze was triggered by a lightning strike on friday and fueled by record heat and gusty winds. fire officials say the granite mountain hot shots relied on training, deployed fire shelters designed to protect them from fires and heat but the blaze was so intense the team never had a chance. >> that is the last minute resort. when you're deploying that's it. you know, you hope that your training and the deployment of the shelter kind of does what it's supposed to do and you're able to walk away. >> reporter: the bodies of the fallen were removed monday morning, a grim caravan of coroner vans led to the medical examiner's office. >> it just is unbearable. it's unbearable al
on saturday night singer jennifer lopez was asked to wish the president happy birthday. ♪ happy birthday, mr. president ♪ but she probably wishes she'd done her homework before obli obliging. human rights watch called the turkmenistan government highly corrupt and slammed lopez for the singing snafu.her spokesmang "had there been knowledge of human rights issues of any kind, jennifer would not have attended." no word yet on whether she'skee. reportedly more than a million dollars. thanks for watching abc news. "world news now" is coming up soon with overnight news, and tune in to "good morning america" tomorrow. and as always, we are online at abcnews.com. good night, america. >> san francisco bridge moving briskly tonight after trying day for commuters. >> i feel in like these people are spoiled and they need to get back to work. >>reporter: mean time bart and the union are not negotiating. not even talking so commuters prepare to spend another day crowding on to ferry buses and freeways. in other words, another mess. good evening. >> i'm carolyn johnson. we have team coverage for you
maravillosos con cecilia. >>> un concierto privado para un mandatario pone a jennifer lÓpez al centro de la controversia, leer cuento el por quÉ. >>> y bueno sus comentarios son bienvenidos gracias por confianza y el cariÑo y el apoyo y estamos en la t en @ pamela silva y @ bÁrbara guiÓn bajo bermudo en twitter, y gracias por estar con nosotros y (♪). >>> bueno el momento de saber novedades en el mundo de la farÁndula. >>> y estas son los noticias que estÁn en la mira hoy lunes. >>> en una triste noticia falleciÓ a los 30 aÑo el hijo mayor del productor juan osorio y sucediÓ en el fin de semana. >>> y al parecer sufriÓ un infarto mientras se encontraba junto a su pareja que es la hermana de la actriz blanca soto, juan estaba en terapia para que tenga una idea de lo que estÁ pasando por una fuerte infecciÓn cuando se entero de esta lamentable noticia y sus mÉdicos le dieron el permiso para salir a darle el Último adiÓs a su hijo, junto a su familia, amigos y colegas. >>> escuchemos. >>> es lamentable y es triste. sorpresivo. joven, 30 aÑos, trabajamos con Él. estaba siguie
. thanks. melissa: coming upon "money," everyone has their price. evidently jennifer lopez had hers met. critics are up in arms. not the first celebrity to rub elbows with a brutal despot. when is it worth the damage to the brand? at the end of the day it's all about "money." ♪ ♪ melissa: this is one of those times that it might have paid to research. actress and singer jennifer lopez give a very questionable conference -- concert. she wrapped up the show with a performance just for the president who, by the way, is a tyrannical dictator considered to have one of the worst human rights records in asia. watch this. ♪ >> happy birthday to you. happy birthday, mr. president. melissa: she is for sure not the first time that a superstar made millions like this. what does it say? damage control? one marketing guru joins me now. this is why. hurt people tried to say she did not know until the very last minute that they would ask her to sing happy birthday. they just kind of master and she did it. she did not realize that it was an evil despot. the human rights watch called in the worst o
to figure out who revealed details about american cyber attack on iran's nuclear program. jennifer griffin live at the pentagon. jennifer, why is there so much surprise that this particular general is being looked at? >> well, harris, for one, general james cartwright was one of the president's favorite general's. in fact, is he described by "new york times" reporter david sang gore as an ache tech of the stutz net worm that was created by the nsa and israelis-to-a tack the nuclear program. he routinely briefed the president. greg craig is representing cartwright. he issued a statement, quote: general jim cartwright is an american hero who served his country with distinction for four decades. any suggestion that he could have betrayed the country he loves is preposterous. cartwright has not been charged, harris? >> harris: well, who could have launched this leak investigation? >> well, for one, the cia could have done so. that is where many of these leak investigations start. but, you also have to remember republicans on the hill were extremely angry at the time of -- when sang gore's boo
strassel of the wall street journal. jennifer are you ben of the post and mar eliason of national public radio. what do you think the upshot is for the rulings? >> for republicans it's a blessing in disguise. the issue is off the national the table. they can claim whatever personal feelings they have about traditional or nontraditional marriage but it goes back to the states because of the odd opinion we got from justice kennedy. stateses in the near term will be able to decide this issue for themselves. republicans can give a nod to the social conservatives and at the same time they can let the states work it out. >> which decision do you think is more significant -- prop 8 or doma? >> in the long term, the doma case. the only thing we found out is this is mass confusion. there was no clarity whatsoever. you had anthony kennedy writing the decision. in part he said this is a federal issue, states rights. the federal government shouldn't intrude. he also hinted that it may be an equal protection issue as well in which case there may be a constitutional argument against any of these state
jennifer lopez. there were backup dancers and costume changers on the stage. lopez traveled all the way to the country of turkmenistan to sing happy birthday to its president gurbanguly. the guy likes jennifer lopez and presides over the most impressive government in the world. j-lo's publicist says it was vetted by lopez's representatives. had there been knowledge of human rights issues of any kind, jennifer would not have attended if only there's some device you can type in a guy's name and find out all the terrible things he's responsible for. however, all is not lost. as one twitter user put it, on the bright side, gigli's no longer the worst thing she's done. beyonce did sing at a new year's eve bash entertaining the family of moammar gadhafi and elton john performed at fourth wedding of rush limbaugh. find all the links for tonight's #click3 on my website, allinwithchris.com. we'll be right back. i want to make things more secure. [ whirring ] [ dog barks ] i want to treat more dogs. ♪ our business needs more cases. [ male announcer ] where do you want to take your business? i n
in aid each year jennifer griffin continues our coverage live at the pentagon tonight. jennifer? >> shepard, there have been no public statements by pentagon officials for fear it will look like they are giving a wink and nod to a coupe in egypt. general martin dempsey chairman of the joint chiefs spokes to egyptian counterpart just prior to egypt military releasing 48 hour ultimatum yesterday. today the state department rebutted reports that u.s. officials have privately officials have urged president morsi to call early elections. >> to alleviate any concerns or assumptions we have not taken sides. we are not on any side. the president communicated that the secretary communicated that and i don't think it could be any more clear. >> the president and secretary of state faced criticism when they authorized the continuation of $1.3 billion in aid and foreign military sales each year. mostly m 1 abrams tanks and fighter jets after president morsi and muslim brotherhood won egypt's elections and began taking anti-democratic steps that many fear wood lead to islamic rule. now it se
workers who evacuate egypt completely after today. jennifer griffin with more on the u.s. response from the pentagon tonight. jennifer? >> well, at this point, the pentagon, shep, has not been asked to assist with this ordered evacuation. that's what the state department calls it. u.s. diplomats and their families have been told to leave egypt tonight, but they will do so through commercial means. the u.s. military is not being asked to send in planes or marines to assist with the evacuation. that would be considered a noncombatant evacuation order, and that has not been ordered as of yet. as the defense secretary chuck hagel and chairman of the joint chiefs general martin dempsey met with the president and his national security team at the white house today, hundreds of arrest warrants have been issued. i'm told four muslim brotherhood leaders inside egypt, again, they were meeting just after the egyptian defense chief announced the removal of president morsi. several weeks ago a contingent of about 550 marines were moved from monroe spain to italy in recent days to respond, if needed
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top-secret cyber attacks on iran. national security correspondent jennifer griffin joins me now live. she's at the pentagon. big story this afternoon. hey, jennifer. >> hi, martha. a senior u.s. official confirmed to fox news that the justice department has been investigating general james cartwright for more than a year. they're investigating whether he is a source of a leak to "new york times" reporter david sanger who reported first on the classified stuxnet program. details appeared in his book "confront and conceal: obama's secret wars and the surprising use of american power." "the new york times" published an excerpt from the book on june 1st of last year under the title "obama order sped up wave of cyber attacks against iran." the report was published five months before the u.s. presidential election. it revealed details about the administration's role in the secret attack on iran's nuclear program using the stuxnet virus which sources told "times" reporter david sanger was crafted by the nsa along with israeli computer scientists and inserted using thumb drives into systems
on this program. >> hello, my name is jennifer. >> my name is simone. we are going on a field trip to take pictures up the hill. >> c'mon, c'mon, c'mon. >> actually, i have been here a lot. i have never looked closely enough to see everything. now, i get to take pictures. >> we want to try to get them to be more creative with it. we let them to be free with them but at the same time, we give them a little bit of direction. >> you can focus in here. >> that was cool. >> if you see that? >> behind the city, behind the houses, behind those hills. the see any more hills? >> these kids are wonderful. they get to explore, they get to see different things. >> we let them explore a little bit. they get their best. if their parents ever ask, we can learn -- they can say that they learned about the depth of field or the rule of thirds or that the shadows can give a good contrast. some of the things they come up with are fantastic. that is what we're trying to encourage. these kids can bring up the creativity and also the love for photography. >> a lot of people come into my classes and they don't fe
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